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Coderpath: Weekly Ruby-Focused Interview and Discussion Podcast

By Peter Cooper / April 20, 2010

Coderpath is a weekly podcast by Ruby developers Miles Forrest and Curtis McHale where they typically interview a different Ruby developer and discuss some of their current work. Most of the episodes are in an interview format and guests so far include a handful of Ruby developers you'll know (such as DHH and Ryan Bates).

The latest episode is a 35 minute interview with Wayne E Seguin, the developer of Ruby Version Manager. Before that was yours truly, sounding like a total crackhead. Coming up next week is Obie Fernandez of HashRocket.

Here are the episodes so far:

Naturally, you can subscribe via iTunes or use their direct podcast feed with your favorite podcatching software. You can also follow the podcast on Twitter, which is useful because they often request questions to ask people before recording the show.


  1. Ryan Bates says:

    Great job with the podcast Miles and Curtis. BTW, Wayne is "of RVM fame". :)

  2. Dalibor Nasevic says:

    Great podcast and guests in the interviews, I enjoy listening to it. Keep up the good work.

  3. Peter Cooper says:

    Yeah, I had that but removed it due to the RVM reference in the earlier paragraph.. in hindsight, perhaps I shouldn't have done that :-)

  4. curtismchale says:

    Thanks for the plug Peter and thanks Ryan for the encouragement. I've had a lot of fun working with Miles on it so far and talking to everyone we have.

  5. Miles Forrest says:

    Thanks Peter for the coverage!

    Next week we're recording a fan appreciation episode with a long time follower of coderpath Dan Diemer. We're trying to be a fan-centric podcast, and want to include our audience as much as possible. Follow @coderpath on Twitter and you'll get the heads-up on who our next guest is and where you can submit your questions. Oh, and I always try to mention the name of the submitter on the show :)

  6. Lee Jarvis says:

    Neat, the episodes were extremely entertaining. Here's hoping you guys get more fans and more interviews.

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